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CSPAN
Dec 21, 2009 5:00pm EST
. >> and now a senate hearing from july of this year on the children's -- the children's television act of 1990. witnesses include fcc chairman julius genachowski. this hearing lasted about one hour and 45 minutes. >> this hearing will come to order. we will have some of our members coming. we just impeached judge. [laughter] some will be emotionally upset and take time getting here. the ranking member, kay bailey hutchison, is not here today. if no one else comes, we will go right to you, mr. genachowski, and then we will see what happens from there. we have a lot of questions. you need to go after your first thing and we would love to have some of your folks that you're talking to come back again. and that we have another terrific panel behind that. my approach to this, frankly, is not to start out controversy away. i did that last year. i am so put off by the whole concept of promiscuity and lasciviousness and all of these things. it bothers a grandfather of five. i care about that. i found out that this is very much a first amendment committee, and so we have to work carefully, but i am det
CSPAN
Sep 5, 2009 10:00am EDT
. >> now to the children's television act. witnesses include julius genachowski. this lasts about an hour and 45 minutes. >> this hearing will come to order and we will have some of our members coming. we just impeached the judge -- [laughter] so, some may be a little bit upset and so getting here, but they will be here. let me make my opening statement, the ranking member, kay bailey hutchison, is not here today. if nobody else comes, we will go right to you, mr. genachowski, and then we will see what happens from there. we have got lots of questions and you need to go after your first thing. we would love to have some of your folks that you are talking to come back in. then we have another terrific panel behind about. my approach to this, frankly, isn' not to start out controversially. i did that last year because i am so put off by the whole concept of promiscuity and the seriousness and all of these things. i'm a grandfather of -- i am a grandfather and i care about that. i found out that this is a very much a first committee, so we have to work carefully, but i am determined that we
CSPAN
Dec 27, 2009 1:00pm EST
of the u.s. government. after that a senate hearing on the children's television hearing of 1990. and also sesame street and new media to keep sesame street relevant. >> in the mid-90's "newsweek" named o mar wasow as one of the black planet and he talks about his current studies at harvard and what is ahead. >> on monday greg stohr looks at the docket of the high court next year. and a look at how president obama is handling the economy with dean baker and peter morici, and as always your phone calls on c-span. >> this thursday on c-span, a day of tributes to world leaders, including dalai lama and kennedy, reagan and colin powell. we will see innovations and creator of segway and co-founder of guitar hero. >> author william eggers spoke recently in san francisco about his book of what he sees in the good and bad of government, this is just over an hour. >> thank you all for coming. and thank you for the commonwealth for having me here, it's an honor to speak. it's great to be here in sunny california. you got to love the weather. i am pleased to be here tonight because so many of my fri
PBS
Nov 10, 2009 6:00pm EST
. >> thank you. >> lehrer: finally tonight, a milestone for big bird and the world of children's television. jeffrey brown has our story. >> ♪ sunny days, sweeping the clouds away... ♪ >> brown: this morning's "sesame street" program was brought to you by the number 40... >> that's a huge number! >> brown: ... as the show celebrated its 40th anniversary with the help of michelle obama... >> hi, everyone. >> brown: ...who, as it happens, is the first first lady to have grown up watching the program. >> if you eat all these healthy foods, you are going to grow up to be big and strong, just like me. >> and me! well, i'm still growing. >> brown: when "sesame street" premiered back in 1969, with its urban street setting, its cast of adult and young actors, and of course, its muppets created by jim henson, it was immediately hailed as a breakthrough in educational television for children. several generations of young people have now grown up watching, as "sesame street" taught the alphabet, counting, and much more. and at times took on tough subjects, from the death of one beloved cast member
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2009 7:00am EDT
to "sesame street." the cofounders of children's television workshop, the production nonprofit center that gave birth to "sesame street" were joan ganda cooney and lloyd morissette. they were friends in 1965, when they got together, joan and tim kind's apartment for dinner. and casual friends. joan was working at channel 13 in new york, wnet, the landmark public station, and, she was creating documentaries, and public service television for channel 13. one of those documentaries was called "a chance at the beginning." and it chronicled an extraordinary program in harlem, where ed carries an psychologists were giving intensive training and teaching to in digit gentleman preschool -- indigent preschool children and the results were remarkable, the kids were learning so much so quickly they were closing a gap that existed at the time between poor kids and kids who had better lives, middle class kids. and the gap was all about their readiness for school, how many skills they had, and concepts they had down, before they got to that first day of kindergarten or first grade. the kids in the
WETA
Nov 10, 2009 7:00pm EST
of children'television. ffrey brown has our story. >> ♪sunny days, sweeping the clouds away. ♪ >> brown: this mning's "sesame strt" program was brought to you by the number 40... >>that's a huge number! >> brown: ... as thshow celebrat its 40th anniversary with the help of michel obama... >> hi, everyone. >> brown: ...who, as it hpens, ishe first first lady to have grown up watching the pgram. >> if you eat all these heahy foods, you areoing to grow up to be biand strong, just like me. >> and me! ell, i'm still growing. brown: when "sesame street preered back in 1969, with s urban street setting, its cast of adult and young actors, and of course, its muppets creed by jim henson, it was immediately hailed aa breakthrough ieducational telesion for children. several generations ofoung people have now grown watching, as "sesame strt" taught the alphabet, couing, and much mor and at times to on tough subject from the death of one beloved cast member to t current fluandemic. >> first thing you have to to stay healthy wash your hands. >> brown: ong the way, celebrities ha regularly mixed in
CSPAN
Oct 11, 2009 8:00pm EDT
and kate plus eight" is daddy headed to the big house? >>> for years, jon, you had your children on tv, on a reality show. but suddenly when it's no longer jon and kate plus eight, it's kate plus eight, you suddenly have a problem with it and you want it to all come to an end and i don't believe that. >> regardless of the timing, i'm their father and i will do what's best for my children. >> you got your lawyer here? afraid to answer questions? whatever. what's important is the children and not these two self-absorbed husband and wife who argue constantly in front of their children. >> exactly. that's why the show is coming to a stop. >> work on your marriage, wouldn't that be a better idea? >> exactly. >> if i could get kate to mediate and talk, we could do that. >> you've been to therapy together once and have not been back. >> i would love to go to mediation. i would love to be mom and dad. >> hey, you talk the walk but you don't walk the walk. >> you can't say you want to work it out. that's not working it out. >> in light of all the allegations and everything that's gone on in the
CBS
Oct 26, 2009 6:00am EDT
a child, you need to watch this. folks at sesame street, children's television workshop, wiggles they take this real, real serious, as well they should. we understand the minds they're trying to mold. you stay with us, interesting coffee with coming up. and we have traffic, looks like we're traveling for talladega on the beltway, only 49 miles longer than talladega. on car insurance. what you might not know is that you can contact geico to see if you could save on homeowner's and renter's insurance too. for more information call 1-800-947-auto or check the yellow pages for an office near you. [tires screeching] [screech] accidents can happen anytime. that's why geico's here 24 hours a day, every day. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> management of the ravens taking the field. 42 degrees on tv hill, 89% humidity, calm winds the barometer is 30.26, last friday the barometer was 2029.97. 43 hagerstown, 43 elk ton, 46dc and easton, 53 down at the ocean, 41 bel air, 39 westminster, 42 columbia, 50 rock hall, 46 on kent island. a few high clouds. clouds will thic
CBS
Oct 21, 2009 9:00am EDT
and wusa9.com. >> thank you, alex. >>> the government is using a children's television program to show how the flu vaccine works. an episode of the pbs show sid the science kid focuses on the vaccine. it will debut at the education department headquarters in southwest. local school children will be there to watch the premier. >>> some shocking news came out of the detroit marathon this week. three runners collapsed and died apparently from cardiac arrest. our own bruce johnson is out with a personal story that touched many of our lives. he is a heart attack survivor and his new book is called "heart to heart. " bruce, a pleasure to have you here. and don't be nervous. >> you do get nervous. i am over here, don't ask me tough questions and no comment. >> you put a lot in this book and reading the detroit marathon i know it had to bring back memories. your first marine corps marathon is after you had a heart attack. >> some years after my heart attack and with my doctor's approval. my heart goes out to the three guys in detroit. the medical examiner hasn't determined if it was cardiac arrest
CSPAN
Sep 5, 2009 6:00am EDT
. later a discussion on the future of children's television. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2009] >> in a moment, a look at afghanistan with arnaud de borchgrave. we will talk about the fda in regulating food safety with erik olson. a look at higher education with kevin ker
WHUT
Nov 10, 2009 7:00pm EST
the wildly popular and successful children's show has just chalked up its 40th year on tv. >> the first lady. >> reporter: to celebrate the milestone, the u.s. first lady joined famous characters like elmo and big bird on set. >> she was awesome. michelle obama was the best. nice lady. ♪ the teacher is a person in your neighborhood ♪ >> reporter: bob mcgwire is one of the original human cast members and says the program survived an onslaught of tv characters vying for children's attention. >> there's an old saying in the world of children's tv that it's a bunny eat bunny world out there. there is tremendous competition. it's really hard, i think, it's challenging to stay focused on what your mission is. >> reporter: the show has expanded well beyond the united states and is a genuine international hit. now broadcast in more than 140 countries. and while learning to count and spell is a core part of "sesame street," its day-to-day lessons can literally mean the difference between life and death. >> a child washes their hands, then a child will be protected from diseases. "sesame street" i
NBC
Oct 7, 2009 4:30am EDT
pose to children. >> liz crenshaw reports that television tipovers kill dozens of children each year and injure dozens more. >> my message -- i'm sorry. >> reporter: a year after the tragedy, sylvia santiago of connecticut struggles to deliver the message about what happened to her 2-year-old daughter jenia. it was 5:00 in norng. this video simulates how a tragedy occurs. jenia wasritically injured. >> early morning. i was sleeping. we were about a week in the hospital and they pronounced her on august 1st of last year. >> reporter: unfortunately what happened to jenia is not an unusual occurrence when small children are around large tv sets, bookcases and chests of drawers. last month in phoenix, arizona, a 3-year-old died when a tv fell over on her. in 2007 there were at least 30 media reports of tipover deaths to young children. and the consumer product safety commission says in 2006 more than 16,000 children 5 and younger ended up in hpital emergencrooms because of tip-overs. >> parents don't know how quickly it can happen. there have been cases of death when the mother or father
ABC
Nov 10, 2009 6:30pm EST
. woodstock. apollo 11 landed on the moon. and a little known children's television program landed in living rooms across the country. ♪ sunny day sweeping the clouds away ♪ >> reporter: its creators called it an experiment. could children really learn from tv? would their parents turn it on? >> well, in fact, in that first year, it was banned in mississippi because of the integrated cast. >> gordon and susan, and maria. e first latina in a major role on television. >> we knew we were on to something really magnificent because of our multiracial cast. >> reporter: and there were the co-stars, too. big bird, ernie and bert. and oscar, who was actually orange in the first season, though always a grouch. >> what do you think is so special about living here on sesame street? >> well, i like it because all the people are friendly and nice. >> what? >> it annoys me. >> reporter: originally, the muppets and actors weren't going to interact. creators feared children would be confused. but those muppets would help break ground, too. when mr. hooper died in real life, there were big questions for
HLN
Nov 30, 2009 1:00am EST
million. and after gosselin rides that gravy train for years, putting his children on tv, now claiming he no longer wants them, quote, exposed. is that because the show's now "kate plus eight" not "jon and kate plus eight?" both tell the judge the other is a dead beat. welching on child support. the judge brings down the hammer. didn't we all know it would end in court some day? is daddy headed to the big house? >> what happened today? can you tell us? >> i don't know. i've never been court before. >> are you going to provide the accounting the arbitrator says? >> there's kate side. she said jon took $230,000 out of a joint account. >> you've left their children and unable to pay for the roof over their heads. it's not acceptable. >> jon claims he only took $22,000 out. >> she's making claims she can't back up. if she said i took $230,000, where's the bank statement to prove it. it's he said -- she said. >> no, no, no! it is not a he said, she said. he can't tell us his last withdrawal? >> is the money going to go back in the accounts, jon? >> have you guys talked about that at all? >> yo
FOX
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
quote be dangerous to your children. the incident that prompted a nationwide recall. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. we begin tonight with breaking news out on of downtown baltimore. a car accident involving baltimore olympic champion michael phelps. >> keith daniels is live on the scene with more. keith, what can you tell us at this hour. >> jeff and jennifer, live at north calvert and east bittle. police clearing the scene now it was a two car collision. michael phelps and two passengers were traveling in a black cadillac escalade. a woman was driving the other car. the accident happened just before 9:00 tonight. investigators say phelps was traveling east on bittle. the woman was driving north on calvert. the two vehicles collided. and now police are trying to determine exactly what happened. >> we know that there was a collision. two cars driving and collided at the intersection. we will find out if alcohol was a factor. look at red lights. put it altogether. we are literally
NBC
Oct 23, 2009 6:30pm EDT
a children's tv star at first, who found a huge following among adults as a variety and game show veteran. soupy sales was 83 years old. >>> finally tonight, the woman who for some will always be the queen of the skies. we never learned what happened to amelia earhart except that she did capture the imagination of a lot of future pilots. this weekend she comes to the big screen. so our own miguel almaguer did what a lot of americans might want to do. he took a good long look at this american story. >> another national heroin, amelia earhart-putnam. >> reporter: it's been 72 years since she vanished. we may never know what happened inside the cockpit. the mystery still captivates a nation. and amelia earhart still inspires generations to fly. >> from burbank, california to mexico city -- >> reporter: earhart crossed borders and broke barriers. her story is what movies are made of. "amelia," released today, chronicles her record-setting flights across the atlantic, her solo journey over the pacific, and her final flight and attempt to circumnavigate the globe. >> for a quarter century the w
CBS
Nov 10, 2009 4:30am EST
on television marks a milestone today. the children's tv show "sesame street" turned 40. yesterday big bird, cookie monster and friends were on hand when new york city temporarily named a street sign after the show and proclaimed today "sesame street" day. and after all these years, the show is still going strong. last season it logged, get this, more than 5 million viewers each week. that's enough to make even oscar car the grouch happy. >>> this morning on "the early show," we'll speak with the attorney for the accused ft. hood shooter. i'm michelle gielan and this is the "cbs morning news." . >>> sure is. 50-degree, you figure everybody is 45 to 50. it is overcast, cloudy with no rain. there's enough rain down south for everybody. here is first warning. in arizona look at the rain spread north of charlotte, just inches and inches of rain, portions of alabama ask georgia, we will have a full update on ida shortly. don, take it away. >> in the news, the final hours the man dubbed the serial sniper is waking up for the final time is waking up. >>> mayor dixon for the second day in court. wh
PBS
Dec 15, 2009 12:00pm EST
close this program, the research, if i'm right, your mother was once an award-winning pbs children's television producer. true? >> i know she started as a p.a. on "sesame street." she helped start "the electric company" and she was a p.a. on "sesame street" and i was on "sesame street" when i was 6- month-old. tavis: little known fact for maggie and jeff. tell your mom thanks for being there for "sesame street." glad to have you on. >> thank you. tavis: glad to have you back jeff. >> thank you. tavis: the movie is creating lots of buzz. i'm sure you will hear more about it come oscar time. catch me on our radio pod cast at pbs.org. until then, good night from l.a. and thanks for watching and as always, keep the faith. >> so your boy don't want to talk to you? >> no, i don't blame hip. i was wrong. i had no right to call him. >> hold on. you've been wrong 25 years ago. you've been wrong since. you called him. you're not wrong, he's wrong. >> i waited 2324 years without trying to find him -- 24 years without trying to find hip. he's right. >> never too late. now you're on the right t
CSPAN
Oct 7, 2009 8:00pm EDT
plus eight." is daddy headed to the big house? >> for years, jon, you had your children on tv on a reality show. but suddenly when it's no longer "jon & kate plus eight," it's "kate plus eight," you suddenly have a problem with it and you want it all to come to an end? and i don't believe that. >> regardless of the timing, i'm their father and i will do what's best for my children. >> the timing is -- >> oh, you got your lawyer here. you're afraid to answer questions? whatever. what's important is the children and not these two self-absorbed husband and wife who argue constantly in front of their children. >> exactly. that's why they're coming off -- >> that's why the show -- >> why don't you just quit arguing and work on your marriage? >> exactly. >> wouldn't that be a better idea -- >> if i could get kate to mediate and talk, we could do that. >> you've been to therapy together once and have not been back but you want to go back with kate, right? >> yes. i would love to go to mediation. i would love to be mom and dad. we're not going to be husband and wife. >> hey, you talk
CSPAN
Oct 11, 2009 9:00pm EDT
to the big house? for years, jon, you had your children on tv, on a reality show, but suddenly when it's no longer "jon & kate plus 8," it's "kate plus 8," you suddenly have a problem with it and you want it all to come to an end and i don't believe that. >> regardless of the timing, i'm their father and i will do what's best for my children. >> you got your lawyer here? afraid to answer questions? whatever. what's important is the children and not these two self-absorbed husband and wife who argue constantly in front of their children. >> exactly. that's why they're coming off -- >> that's why show is going to stop. >> why don't you stop arguing and work on your marriage? wouldn't that be a better idea? >> exactly. >> if i could get kate to mediate and talk, we could do that. >> you've been to therapy together once and have not been back. but you want to go back with kate, right? >> i would love to go to mediation. i would love to be mom and dad. we're not going to be husband and wife. >> hey, you talk the walk but you don't walk the walk. you can't go out with one 22-year-old after t
CBS
Nov 8, 2009 9:00am EST
with david foster, producer, songwriter, hit man. >> osgood: the children's tv show sesame street celebrates a big birthday this week. martha teichner will be telling us about that. >> reporter: big bird still says he's six years old. how can sesame street be turning 40? it is! on tuesday. seen in 140 countries, the creators of sesame street call it the longest street in the world. in mexico city, i personally met big bird's cousin. you're very tall. later this sunday morning, sesame street. aging gracefully. >> osgood: jim axelrod tells a little known story of a small country's heroism during world war ii, mo rocca sounds alarm about noise. the fast draw folks demonstrate how humans swim tate nature and more. but first the headlines for this sunday morning, the 8th of november, 2009. >> the bill is passed. >> osgood: the house late last night voted to provide medical insurance coverage to millions of americans currently without it. the vote clears the way for the senate to take up the legislation. major nidal hasan, the man accused of thursday's shooting rampage that killed 13 people and wo
ABC
Nov 9, 2009 12:00pm EST
for children was largely unheard of. the creator wanted to use tv to teach preschoolers. she did this through working and playing together. >> coming up at 5:00 p.m., thousands of people are skeptical about this phenomenon. but for the first time, doctors in washington have documented something they think could help us once and for all, especially for near-death experiences. >> a final check of the weather on this monday. >> gorges, temperatures in the 70's. -- it is gorgeous. temperatures in the 70's. >> thanks for joining us today captione >> while visiting my dad i noticed he hardly had any food in the house. with work and the kids, it's hard to make sure that he has a good meal everyday. >>if you have an aging parent or loved one there is help. the elder care locator can put you in touch with local resources to help older persons and their families access home and community based services. call the eldercare locator at 800-677-1116 or visit eldercare.gov today! the eldercare locator is a free public service of the u.s. administration on aging. announcer: whether it's earning a promotion..
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2009 8:00pm EDT
for years putting his children on tv, now claiming he no longer wants them "exposed." is that because the show's now kate plus 8, not "jon & kate plus 8"? both tell the judge the other's a deadbeat, wellching on child support. didn't we all know it would end in court some day? is daddy headed to the big house? >> what happened today? can you tell us? >> no. i've never been to court before. >> are you going to proif the accounting that the arbitrator asks for? >> she says jon took $230,000 out of the account. >> you've left your children and their mother unable to pay for the roof over their head. it's not acceptable. >> jon claims he only took $22,000 out. >> she's making claims that she can't back up. if she said i took $230,000, where is the bank statement to prove it. >> no, no, no. it's not a he said/she said. he cannot tell us his last withdrawal? >> what do you respond? can you guys talk about that at all? >> you can't have it both ways. you can't make all this money, put your kids on tv, and then now when she's making the money say, huh-uh. >> it's not about the money, it's abo
ABC
Jul 3, 2009 6:00am EDT
and the other 40% to children's charities. >>> television pitchman billy mays will be laid to rest today in pennsylvania outside of pittsburgh. mays was found dead by his wife in their tampa condo on sunday. a medical examiner says he likely died from a heart attack but test results are still pending. the 50-year-old was known for selling oxi-clean and orange glo. he shot his last commercial three days before he died. the director says they will not air it. >>> the latest now on the air france crash into the atlantic ocean. investigators say the plane probably made a hard-belly landing and broke up on impact, not in the air like preerve yowpsly thought. -- previously thought. none of the life jackets were inflated meaning the passengers were not able to prepare for a water landing. the plane hit the water hard but without larger pieces and the black box, investigators still don't know what caused the crash. the airbus jetliner left rio de janeiro for paris in may and crashed off brazil's coast killing 228 people on board. >>> it is the fourth of july weekend which means barbecues, par
ABC
Nov 23, 2009 5:30am EST
surveyed 70% of the home-based child care and 36% of the child care centers said that children watch tv, dvd's and videos daily. the findings are published today in the journal "pediatrics." >>> want to make some of you weather lovers jealous. we take to you washington state. western washington state. a heavy dose of severe winter weather this weekend. heavy snow fell in the cascades making for some tricky driving conditions and other areas were hit with strong winds and rain. some drivers say the snow is wet. others say it was a nice start to the holiday travel. yes, up in the mountains they were requiring snow chains. reports of about nine inches plus. and definitely the first sign of winter at least for some of us who haven't seen much around here, despite that bout on a sunday morning in october. but it's out there out west. from denver westbound they've been getting hit with early winter weather but as far as we're concerned we're hanging out at fall here. 39 degrees in baltimore now. temperatures well above normal during the morning hours but staying on the chilly side in through
CNN
Jul 16, 2009 4:00pm EDT
with james carville and bill bennett, here to weigh in. >>> plus, a children's tv program in gaza glorifying suicide. >>> to our viewers in "the situation room," happening now, sarah palin back in the news as some republicans are now going public with concerns that she's bad for the party. is she? i'll ask the chairman of the republican national committee, michael steele. he's here live. we'll talk to him in a few moments. >>> also, prescription drugs. the dea says 7 million americans are abusing them and you may be surprised how many of those addicts are getting their fix in unusual ways. >>> and nasa releases newly restored and enhanced images from the apollo moon landing. but space agency officials say there are other high-quality images from that mission that would take our breath away. we're going to show you the video that we have. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> parting shots of gop senators make their comments as the sonia sotomayor confirmation hearings wrap up. an important day, day four of this process. let's bring in our senior political correspondent, candy
FOX
Nov 10, 2009 6:00am EST
aired for the first time on what was then known as national educational television, now pbs. six then t has won 122 emmy awards. it airs in more than 140 countries. the longest running program in children's television history. >> that is great. coming up in the 9:00 hour, we'll have a special guest. telly is here to tell us about a big event happening at union station to celebrate 40 years of sesame street. grover was always my favorite. loved grover. >> that is great. >> very cool. >> more on that coming up throughout the morning. >> we want to check in with tony to get a look at what is happening out there. >> brought to you by the number 40. >> that's great. >> we turn our attention to ida. ida no longer a hurricane by a tropical storm bringing rain to the southeastern united states. there is your radar image. can you see quite clearly the impact ida is having as we speak. heavy rain, those areas in yellow and orange, that is the heaviest rainfall. we could see from three to eight inches of rain with this system as it moves across the southeastern united states. tropical storm slows
ABC
Nov 5, 2009 12:05am EST
'm the host. welcome to the children's television workshop after dark. i'm excited. big bird is here tonight. big bird, josh jackson ghostface kirla and big bird is here. he is big. we spent the whole morning putting newspaper on the green room to protect it. it's exciting having big bird here. a lot of us me personally grew up with him. he's one of the most exciting characters of all time. he's funny and friendly and unlike other other guests, if it came down to a pinch we can eat him p. he is here close to thanksgiving. isn't it? don't worry, folks we probably won't eat him. probably. right now game six is going on. 7-1 yankees. yankees up three games to one -- they were unable to close it out in game five in philadelphia. which was -- which was perfectly fine for fans outside of yankee stadium. one of them had an interesting take on the series moving back to new york. >> these fans are pumped up. pumped and filled with hope and they'll sleep well on their air mattresses and folding chairs. bundled up under their yankee blankets, knowing they might, just might get tickets. >> they purposel
CBS
Nov 23, 2009 6:00pm EST
's. >>> some children are watching television and children may not everyone be aware of it. >>> remembering the fallen. i'm pat warren, coming up on eyewitness news. almost a year to the date that he was killed a grateful community named the building after an fbi agent. >>> and tracking some showers in the region, stick around for the first warning forecast, that's coming up. >> as we told you just a short time ago, the jury has gone home after the trial of major dixon. but reaction to their ongoing deliberations does continue to be the. and complete coverage is now with adam may live in city hall. >> reporter: a lot of residents do think that the major is guilty. but here in city hall, a lot of council members are becoming her cheer leaders after the long deliberations. no mention of mayor dixon's trial. >> i don't see much difference to be honest with you. i think she has good deputies in place and they're running every day operation of the cities. which they've always been doing. so everything looks like it's been running the same. no difference. >> reporter: city council president blake
NBC
Oct 7, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. he also hired the 11 year-old son to cut grass. he was at davis's, watching tv with other children. she is glad somebody noticed something wasn't right and contacted police. >> is very weird. when you wake up and your son was just there on saturday, [unintelligible] their typical m.o., the way they roll. it is sickening. >> he was part of these and a school program and use group. the pastor says that the congregation is saddened and shocked by everything. the churches first priority is with the kids to make sure they are given the care and concern they need. the church will cooperate fully with police. davis is being held on to modern $50,000 bond. the police are very worried that there might be other victims out there. reporting live, wbal tv 11 news. >> baltimore health officials began vaccinating children who live in homeless shelters. 2100 doses of arrived yesterday. health officials say that after those children are vaccinated, their siblings will all be vaccinated next week. parents were able to get all the answers they needed from health officials. john sherman is live with
CBS
Nov 3, 2009 5:00am EST
but it was gone like that. >> i bet. >>> disturbing behavior in children with their exposure to television. >>> and first time home buyers there is time to take advantage of uncle sam's deals. what you need to know to act fast. here's angie. >>> 50 westbound. we're at speed from annapolis through bowie to the beltway. stay tuned for what's in the news now. >>> welcome back. heading to dc we are live from connecticut and oliver street. a very lonely oliver street. a good example of the accident free district we are dealing with right now. more shots are coming up. >>> in the news now, television may increase aggression in young children. a study finds million children who watch tv or are exposed to other tv viewing are more likely to be aggressive. the american academy of pediatrics recommends not having children 2 years and younger watch tv. >>> a broken water main created a geyser in van nuys, california. thousands of gallons shot in the air in an intersection. it took three hours to shut off the water a amazingly no building damage was reported. >>> an hack of love gone terribly wrong in
NBC
Oct 7, 2009 4:00pm EDT
. >> i'm liz crenshaw. tvs and furniture falling on young children thousands of times each year and few parents know about the danger. my story is coming up. >>> good evening. bob ryan storm center 4. a lot of wind today. a lot of sunshine but it is a dry wind and nothing at all on doppler. believe it or not these are the high spots out in the appalachians. great pictures sent in to us by ul. this is west virginia. isn't that pretty? i'll have the full foliage report for you. this is 4,000 feet in the appalachians. the color is there and the wind is certainly there. for the folks out in the high spots a lot of leaves flying around. there are still gale warnings up along the coast. heading out to school tomorrow morning the winds will be light but it will be a chilly but sunny morning. look at that late sunrise now. 7:11 sunrise, a few weeks away from standard time. clear skies overnight with the winds diminishing. temperatures tomorrow will be around 70 degrees so a nice day. could be some fair weather clouds for you folks out there around winchester and martinsburg, spots like that. ov
ABC
Oct 19, 2009 11:35pm EDT
're living, breathing children who very well know they're on tv. and they need protections. you can't do this to kids to sacrifice their education and character development. for what? the enrichment of a network? this has to stop. >> reporter: and he hopes it will stop here and now with the balloon boy's saga. he hopes after this, there will be a backlash against what he calls exploitive reality tv show. it's hard to know long-term effects on a child reality star that's been overexposed to the media. >> go to 11. >> hello, i need your help. >> go to 11. >> would you come here? >> why. >> because you need to stop playing toys and help. >> reporter: we have seen what it can do to a miami as their marriage crumbled this season. surely, not all reality tv is bad for children, is it? this week, a family of storm chasers, the heenes from colorado. even "wifeswap" the show that gave the heene family their best national exposure for better or worse. >> you're my wife, you're a man's might mare. >> those families that audition for a show like "wifeswap" they think it will be fun. celebrity is a d
WHUT
Dec 22, 2009 7:00am EST
the tv this christmas and the children outside instead. >> let's give the latest board smell. >> thank you very much. messi has been voted fifa player of the year. the club won six titles. messi wins the award for the first time, adding it to the prestigious award he won earlier this month. federer completed his career grand slam. he also won wimbledon for the sixth time and made the finals of the australian and u.s. opens. williams won two grand slam opens, taking her total to 11. she regained the world's no. 1 ranking. sacramento trilled chicago by 35 points in the latest match up, but the kings rallied to 102-98. it was the biggest come-from- behind win in 30 years. luol deng has been one of the main contributors for the bulls. in the final quarter, evans took over. the 20-year-old point guard may 23.3 all of them were pretty crucial. -- he made 23 points. all of them were pretty crucial. this jump shot gave the kings a 3-point lead, which they made certain they held on until the end. a reminder of our main stories. china has dismissed british accusations that the seven tops the cop
CBS
Nov 3, 2009 12:00pm EST
the game sunday at 1:00 here on wjz 13. >>> and coming up on eyewitness news at noon, watching too much tv and what it could do to your children. >>> wjz is always on. here are the top stories online at wjz.com. for all the updates, log on to wjz.com. >>> in the health watch report, tv may reduce aggression in young children. children are more likely to be -- may be likely to be aggressive in young children. >>> health officials are concerned about the m.r.s.a. infection causing a new bacteria. it is five times more deadly than previous strains. the new strain is partially immune to the antibiotic to treat it. >>> check in with eyewitness news at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. >> he assassinated president kennedy in 1968. sirhan sirhan's life may be in danger. we will explain. >>> join us for these stories and all the breaking news today at 4:00 after "dr. phil." >>> thank you. >> stick around. the five-day forecast is coming up. >>> welcome back. here is marty with the forecast. >> it is amazing in the sunshine. how comfortable temperatures in the low 60s can be. we drop into the low 50s tomorrow.
CBS
Nov 23, 2009 12:00pm EST
set it's a look at tv watching in child care in more than 20 years they say they allow children to watch as many as two hours of tv a day there and that's add on to the time allowed by parents at home. the american academy of pediatrics recommends no television viewing for children under the age of 2. >>> check in with "eyewitness news" today at 4, 5 and 6 and day three of the deliberation wjz has team of reporters at the courthouse downtown as mayor dixon and city wait for a verdict in the trial. >>> and count on wyz for the investigatedic when -- verdict when it happens and a major crib recall dangers to your children. join us for these stories and break news today at 4 after dr. phil. >> stay with us. the five-day forecast is coming up next. >>> welcome back. okay he is out there with the umbrella and here for the five-day. >> it's raining pretty good. listin to this. i know you can hear that. we are going to keep the showers. >> you can. >> we will keep showers in the area through tomorrow morning. slow clearing through the day. but i think it's important to know wednesday a
CSPAN
Oct 12, 2009 12:30am EDT
. a tv deal. personal stylist. a fleet of luxury cars of beautiful people, eight beautiful children. they had it all. but tonight, allegations of daddy siphoning the last drop of the family's money to sport all his girlfriends and lavish lifestyle, siphoning to the tune of $250,000. allegations of illegal wiretapping, phone tap, bank account and computer surveillance by daddy, a known computer specialist. charges of drug use, x-rated sleep overs with a bartender. daddy allegedly hired to babysit in the home with the children asleep upstairs and that is the tip of the iceberg. didn't we all know it would end in court? "jon & kate plus 8," is daddy headed to the big house? for years, jon, you had your children on tv, on a reality show, but suddenly when it's no longer "jon & kate plus 8," it's "kate plus 8," you suddenly have a problem with it and you want it all to come to an end and i don't believe that. >> regardless of the timing, i'm their father and i will do what's best for my children. >> you got your lawyer here? afraid to answer questions? whatever. what's
WHUT
Aug 28, 2009 6:49pm EDT
ambassador shortly after the 1969 mission. people are using the internet to watch pirated copies of tv programs. the american drama series of "heroes" was the most popular. "top gear" also featured pretty high. children around world are concerned the fund may be coming to an end. the creators of bodybuilder and many other entertainments is -- the creators of bob the builder and many other energy emits is under threat. >> $70 billion worldwide in the animation industry. this is something britain is good at. but an nader said the industry is under threat. -- but animators say the industry is under threat. this is one of a handful of british animators to making shows in this country. we asked him to illustrate the difficulty he is facing. here is the problem -- an animator in england comes up with an amazing idea for a new program. it takes it to the finance year -- financier. he loves it. but when he does the sons, he realizes if it came from ireland, 23% of the production cost would come as a tax break. if it came from france, 20% of the cost would be a tax break. there are similar ince
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